Me2 Club: An Introduction to our Work

Young people with additional needs and disabilities are often overlooked in mainstream youth provision and feel excluded, unwelcome, or anxious on a daily basis. Our unique support is needed now more than ever as abundant research shows that populations including disabled and neurodivergent young people have been disproportionately affected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. To find… read more


Meeting on 10th May 2022 with Sue Avery, The Advocacy People, at Our House Sue Avery talked to Wokingham young people with additional needs about their views on local health care. The Advocacy People are doing a piece of work for the local Clinical Commissioning Group about how to improve health outcomes for young people… read more

Egg-cellent Easter Party

We were so excited to be running our first in-person family party of 2022 over the Easter break. The children, teenagers and siblings enjoyed Easter themed crafts, an Easter egg hunt, face painting and planting. We also has a visit from the Easter Bunny who handed out eggs to everyone. We’d like to thank our… read more

Charity Trustee – HR

About Me2 Club: Our Vision is ‘Inclusion for All’ children and teenagers with additional needs and disabilities. Every year, Me2 Club matches over 100 children who have additional needs or disabilities with committed and passionate volunteers to help them attend and take part in mainstream leisure activities. We tackle the impact of exclusion and social… read more

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